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By Ray - Posted on 08 March 2011

I know you guys have been wondering where I was. I just wanted to let all my friends know we have experienced a tragic loss in our family. I lost my little brother last night.
I will be back in a few days.
Thanks in advance for your prayers for my Parents and whole family in this time of mourning.

Ray Looney

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ChummingWithMyBaby's picture

Ray,

So very sorry to hear about your great loss! It must be so hard to loose a sibling. My thoughts and prayers as well as those from all of us at Lake Fork Trophy Lures are with you and you family. May God give you the strenght to get through this difficult time and may He hold you all in His loving arms. And may God grant your brother eternal rest!

Anne

Anne Parker
Lake Fork Trophy Lures
www.LFTlures.com<

Wannabe...'s picture

You've all got my prayers Ray.

Wannabe...

wcotton's picture

Ray Thomas and I want u to know that we're truly sorry for your loss.May God be with you and your family.

Cotton&Hill

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Very sorry to hear about your loss Ray. May the lord be with you in this time of loss. God Bless.

rdendy's picture

Ray, our prayers are with you and your family

richard's picture

Ray very sorry to hear about your loss.

Carl Painter's picture

That's tough, Ray. Will say a prayer for you and your family.

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Ray, sorry for your loss, your in our prayers.

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specfisher1's picture

so,so sorry to here about your brother. your "other family" is praying for you and your family. god bless

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Tracy Humber's picture

Ray, you and your family will be in our prayers. Stay strong.

katfish76's picture

So sorry for your loss. The Johnson family will keep y'all in our prayers.

Chris "Katfish" Johnson
Professional Fishing & Duck Hunting Guide
Tn River Guide Service

danny malone's picture

Ray, sorry for you and your family's loss, you'll in my prayers.

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